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#1 visken

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 01:18 PM

Hi all,

I am new to PHP and need your help to contruct the following array:
(n is number of user and m is number of movies)
array ([1]=>array([1]=>0/1
                         [2]=>0/1
                         [3]=>0/1
                   ...
                         [m]=>0/1
array ([2]=>array([1]=>0/1
                         [2]=>0/1
                         [3]=>0/1
                   ...
                         [m]=>0/1
......
array ([n]=>array([1]=>0/1
                         [2]=>0/1
                         [3]=>0/1
                   ...
                         [m]=>0/1

Do you have any idea how I can make this work in PHP?

Thank you for your help!!!


#2 .josh

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 01:32 PM

$m = '0/1';

$x = 5; //number of n's
$y = 5; //number of m's

for ($count1 = 0;$count1 < $x;$count1++) {
   for ($count2 = 0;$count2 < $y; $count2++) {
      $blah2[] = $m;
   }
   $blah1[] = $blah2;
}

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#3 visken

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 02:07 PM

ok thank you.

But I want the index of the array started at 1 instead of 0. Any idea how to do that?

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$m = '0/1';

$x = 5; //number of n's
$y = 5; //number of m's

for ($count1 = 0;$count1 < $x;$count1++) {
   for ($count2 = 0;$count2 < $y; $count2++) {
      $blah2[] = $m;
   }
   $blah1[] = $blah2;
}

p.s.- you shouldn't double post threads. instead, try to be clearer in your first thread
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